Ultimately, each SIS school is a unique ecosystem of learning and thrives on interpersonal relationships. However, there is a unifying element for every SIS Swiss International School – our common educational concept. Our school buildings offer a pleasant and learner-friendly atmosphere, which is just as important for academic success as the pedagogical concept. In addition, our locations are easily accessible by public transport.
At SIS Berlin, we nurture a sense of belonging and encourage our students to become compassionate leaders who take responsibility for a more sustainable world.
- Primary School
- Secondary School (7 to 10)
- Secondary School (11 to 13)
- International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)
In a safe and supportive school atmosphere, SIS Frankfurt encourages and promotes the intellectual and personal development of your children according to their strengths and interests.
SIS Friedrichshafen has successfully implemented the bilingual educational concept since 2009. Among local and international families, SIS Friedrichshafen enjoys an excellent reputation as a school for children and young people with big plans in a globalised world.
At SIS Ingolstadt we build bridges between cultures and thereby live up to our diverse school community characterised by openmindedness and respect, but also a passion to perform.
At SIS Kassel, native-speaking teachers implement the bilingual concept, bringing it to life amidst a close-knit school community. Both local and international families value the school's international flair and bilingual education.
SIS Regensburg is the only bilingual school in Eastern Bavaria. At our school, native-speaking teachers implement the bilingual concept, bringing it to life amidst an international community.
SIS Stuttgart-Fellbach, the oldest of the seven German SIS schools, has an excellent reputation in the metropolitan area of Stuttgart. At our school, an international team of native-speaking teachers cater for an international education with local insight, from kindergarten through Abitur and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.